Lyon lovers have been barred from attending absent matches in domestic competitions for the relaxation of the year. ― Reuters pic
PARIS, Dec 28 — Olympique Lyonnais and Paris FC have been thrown out of the French Cup following their match previously this month was abandoned over group difficulty, the French Soccer Federation (FFF) stated on Monday.
The episode on Dec. 17 in Paris experienced supporters battling and some of them coming on to the area to throw flares at each other at halftime when the rating was degree at 1-1.
It was the latest in a series of incidents that has marred French soccer this year, main FFF president Noel Le Graet to say it was ‘disastrous’ and ‘shameful’.
The FFF’s disciplinary fee also fined Lyon €52,000 (RM246,369) whilst 2nd-tier Paris FC were being handed a €10,000 great.
Lyon admirers have been barred from attending absent matches in domestic competitions for the rest of the year.
Lyon also received a suspended ban from the French Cup for the 2022-23 year with a warning that they will be thrown out again if their enthusiasts are responsible of violence which results in the match currently being stopped.
Lyon were being currently docked a single level in Ligue 1 just after their house video game against Olympique de Marseille was deserted previous month after Marseille’s Dimitri Payet had been strike by a bottle thrown from the stands.
As a result of the FFF’s decision, Great specifically state-of-the-art to the subsequent spherical. — Reuters